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  • Margery Williams

    Presented here are four of the most popular children's books of all time: Kenneth Grahame's 'The Wind in the Willows,' Margery Williams' 'The Velveteen Rabbit' and Lewis Carroll's 'The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland' and 'Through the Lookingglass.' First, Kenneth Grahame's classic 'The Wind in the Willows,' one of the most beloved and admired novels of children's literature. The story follows the adventures of the mild-mannered Mole and his friend Rat, who emerge from their winter's slumber to explore the Springtime world, encountering the sedate and businesslike Badger as well as the wild and impulsive Mr. Toad of Toad Hall, who cannot seem to avoid mishaps and run-ins with the...read more

  • Margery Williams

    It is Christmas and a little boy receives a gift – a velveteen rabbit. Although the other toys look down on him, the rabbit is happy to be with the boy. They are constant companions and it seems like nothing can worsen their days. But then the boy gets sick and the doctor insists that all the toys get burned because they may be infected. The rabbit as well. Is this the end of their friendship? Or will the rabbit’s dearest wish finally come true? B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, wanting to breathe new life into classic stories. He masterfully plays with a wide array of voices and accents and has since then produced over 500 audiobooks. Now in collaboration...read more

  • Margery Williams

    This classic story by Margery Williams, published in 1922, imparts the timeless message that toys need not be expensive or modern to be appreciated. Through giving and receiving love, even a commonplace stuffed animal can become real in the eyes of a child. This recording, read by a mother and daughter, is dedicated to Barbara Bear, who is...read more

  • Margery Williams

    Margery Williams Bianco's classic story of a stuffed rabbit who longs to be real has been one of the world's most beloved children's books for the past 100 years. Chosen as one of the 'Teachers' Top 100 Books for Children,' it is published here in its original and unabridged format. Adapted over the years many times for stage, screen and television, The Velveteen Rabbit is a timeless tale of love, loss, friendship and what it means to triumph over...read more

  • Margery Williams

    Given as a Christmas gift to a young boy, the Velveteen Rabbit lives in the nursery with all the other toys, waiting for the day when the boy will choose the wisest resident of the nursery, who reveals the goal of all nursery toys: to be made 'real' through the love of a...read more

  • Margery Williams

    "What is REAL?" asked the Rabbit one...read more

  • Margery Williams

    Der kleine Kuschelhase hat einen großen Traum: lebendig zu werden und mit den anderen Hasen im Wäldchen hinter dem Haus herumzutollen. Umso aufgeregter ist er, als das Holzpferd ihm eines Tages erzählt, dass Kuscheltiere tatsächlich zum Leben erweckt werden können - wenn ein Kind sie über alles liebt. Wie gut, dass der kleine Junge, bei dem der Kuschelhase lebt, ihn mehr und mehr in sein Herz schließt. Wird seine Treue und Liebe am Ende belohnt und sein Herzenswunsch tatsächlich in Erfüllung...read more

  • Margery Williams

    Listeners of all ages will enjoy this InAudio production of The Velveteen Rabbit, a timeless tale of the magic of loving cherished childhood toys. The Velveteen Rabbit is the classic tale of a beloved stuffed rabbit who, while once fluffy and huggable, has become worn out and threadbare after years of being loved. He is saved after being discarded, and taken to Rabbitland, where he becomes “Real,” and cherished for the rest of time. This story is for anyone who has ever loved a toy, and known that the love toys are given are what make them become real. This beloved children’s book is a beautiful story that will enchant young listeners and warm the hearts of everyone who hears...read more

  • Margery Williams

    'The Velveteen Rabbit' is a classic children's story about a boy's toy rabbit becoming real. It is one of my favorite stories that my mother used to read to me growing up. I'm very grateful to bring you this audiobook recording and to keep the magic alive for another...read more

  • Margery Williams

    Originally published in 1922, this classic children’s story tells the tale of a plush toy rabbit who was loved by a boy. Toys who are deeply and truly loved can become real. Listen and you will discover why one rabbit’s journey has filled hearts and captivated imaginations for 100 years. This story, told by narrator April Doty, will be played again and again at...read more

  • Margery Williams

    This colorful edition of the classic story is sure to be a favorite bedtime or anytime story for any child. It is the story of a stuffed rabbit who came to live with a boy as a Christmas gift. The boy loves the little rabbit and it quickly becomes the favorite toy. The Velveteen Rabbit even believes he is real and is devastated when the boy becomes sick and all the toys have to be removed from the house. In a turn of events The Velveteen Rabbit does become a real...read more

  • Margery Williams

    This original, timeless classic has been treasured for generations—this edition has the original story and illustrations from 1922. Once you are Real you can't become unreal again. It lasts for always. This wondrous tale of the velveteen rabbit has delighted readers of all ages with its story of transformation and redemption through a child's unwavering love. At first a brand-new toy, now a threadbare and discarded nursery relic, the velveteen rabbit is saved from peril by a magic fairy who whisks him away to the idyllic world of Rabbitland. There, he becomes ''Real,'' a cherished childhood companion who will be loved for...read more

  • Margery Williams

    The Velveteen Rabbit is a popular bedtime story. A little boy gets a stuffed toy, the Velveteen Rabbit. He loves him so much that the rabbit turns 'real.' But one day the rabbit is thrown out and a fairy comes to him. The moral of the story is: Love and connection are important to all. Recommended for age...read more